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REAL GOOD CLOTHES
$3.98 to $18.00
$2.00 a Suit Cheaper Now. Big
Buying brings them down for you.
48c. to $3.00 $24
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* LtPU SINGLEY PAROLED. Iof confidence, i
full penalty im
- :Sends Ilother Home to Baby--New- about a year a2
berry Negro Woman Serving on behalf of B1<
Two Years. son by a your
made a pathetic
Columbia, April 7.--Paroling Lou don or parole I
Singley, a colored woman of Newber- Henry Davis,
ry county, late today, Governor Blease who in Februar
brought to light a unique case, inl life-time sentenc
which pity and humanity played a day refused a
prominent part. The woman was sen- Blease. In his I
tenced to two years upon conviction Jas. Suber beat
of manslaughter, the trial being con- kill him.
cluded March 16, 1909, but she did PrfsPa
not commence the service of her sen
tence until January 11, of this year, Gantnorarlea;
on account of unusual circumnstances. gatn aoe
Shre was in a delica.te condition at the reason for this:
time she was tried for the killing of inecste ofleaseb
her father-in-!aw. After her child inwhile of mise
-was born she could not. leave it and 'lwieou volate
for this reason she was allowed to gieaw parvole,
remain out of prison until this year. givn mae taole
Child Dying of Neglecttesnec o
Now, that child, only six mon+hs An exmnai
old, is said to be dving fromw Paglr-t shows th aGove
and needs tne mother's at ention, soJ many more parc
the jury recommnended a p'ardoni. IW jrlin'*the last f
ine petition, p)resentedI hby H. C. T-To tepi-nr
:oway, Esq., of the Newberry- bar, ittnQ ryhv e
was stated tnat the m:m~ .1 1.ou i; i d ons
was "a man of Violec!(." h Lso)lic- aks
ror mad ni o reemumiendaton soI
That a better e*i
:c.r Cooper said the e8m wa's o;;' o'
By Bstr:.. (~'Wii'l ran ing of a parc
GoerorEease. while an attorney vi edb h
atNewberry, happene~a to be in the par1ole S as agains
cour rom atthetimeof he te!.granted a parole,
*2c rt roo a t e t me of hr t m 1Sen sm3 g th
Today Governor B!oase paroled the xci a,i1o
w:)mlan duirina good behavior,.il VerycOar o
TwoPad~.sRen*ed- anyt:hing of good
Gov. Blease refused today to) it'r- in givirn a m-;
fere with the sentence of 8. A. Blount, is no better way
a white man serving in the penite.n- grant a parole to;
::ary under a four year term for There havt bee
grand larceny. Gov?rnor DBease took cases of paroles
29 position1 that as fliount was a renme into ofIic.a. (
naht car insnector and ha a psit( ncd, ~ wa h
$2.50 Men's Oxfords
3.00 Men's Oxfords.
3.50 Men's Oxfords.
4.00 Men's Oxfords.
The "White House"
tor," "Spartan," "Kise
and other leading brands
pers, all at cut prices, c
100 Dozen Dress
All the new Spring patterns,
[ong and made with cnffs
G-oing at "Shirt Sale" price:
;3-cents, 39 cents, 47 cents, 68
ents. We have your shirt hei
A good $3.00$
e deserved to pay the who had
osed. He has served The fact
d a half. The appeal breaks on,
nint was made in per- come back
g lady relative, who/
plea for either a par- In the,
or her kinsman, would hav
of Fairfield county, to serve 01
7-, 1899, commenced a![ would not
e for murder, was to.. one monti
ado o~vernor .cently,i
etition Davis says the iprisoner h;
him and he had to on the coxi
oles to Pardons, man has d
5e is more in favor of a reasonat
than pardons. His I line for a i
s that a parole sub- NTC
I priConer to the law
ehavior of any kind INotice is
prison. In case any Idersigned 3
the prisoner, whe n as Adminis
may te re-arrested Mirs. K. H.
rye out the rest of PoaeC
his former crime. South~ Caro.
the cco~s 1911, at 11
aor Blease has giv-en .~agea
lca than pardcons. .
ew weeks nearly all'~ ilm
sased fr'om the peni-~os a
U gi':en paro,l0s, nlot A~w
tizen is mad.ce i)y ii
~overnior m fav0i' of
pardons. "A manInfhin
daX the~ go':ernor th' wh-ite c
miatter, "wvi! be ger~ms like
S nets and( in time ali' '*F soI
in. hlim. I believe n edt
I (Ihance and th1ere co Ion dei
to do so than to a'' "10
)iprsoner.' . 'Thy are t
a some -interestinig xvrit'es C. T.
inee Go)v. flease "I i' ever
e ralxher n:nusing rso'I)bood, sfr
. . yo-r (); .a.
nrnlin<r ra o now,-n - - -,
PEARL OF DIXIE CHAn
rs at WAISTS
line, the /
;hirts $1.50 Waist 98c.
cut full' 75c. Jap Rugs 39c
attached. . . .
ached. Size 36 in. wide 6 feet long
cents, 9 7 Cakes Octagon Soap 25(
3.48 ^value $1.8
only one month to serve.J
is that if this negro ever
of the laws now he must
and serve out his sentence.
pinion of many people it iu ldlk
e been better for this man sfein womenik
It his sentence, for he then SurefrfegWme
have the prison term of Writes Mrs. R. I
Shanging over hin:. Re- of Frozen Camr
North Carolina a paroled "I have found
ad to come back and start j ICine equal to 4
pletion of a long term, had Suffered f
tse thinks that if a paroled four years. We
sported himself well. after headache for a 1
le time he should be in time, until I 'i
ardon. nearly Crazy. I i
- dui and now I ni
F.FINAL SET TLEMENT. the -headache an
hereby given that the un- E 53
vill make final settlement
arxof the esta te of Tk
Cook, deceased. .. the
art for Newberry Count ....-.
ina, on Monday, April 10,
>'clock a. in., and will im- The Woman's
aereafter apply for her
Ssuch admilnistratrix. All The pains fror
ebted to said estate will many women Sufi
diate settlement, and all month are UnneCe
ing claims against said It's not safe to
file them forthwith, with strong drugs, rigl
lease, attorney, Newnerr., time of the pains.
Better to> take
MARY E. EPTING, Ifor a While, bef(
uaiified Administratrix. j after, to strengti
- system and cure tf
to keen the blood pure This is the 2
orpuscles attack disease the scientifiC, the rz)
iers. But often germsTr t
ast the little fighters are Iy-J
heni see p)imfples, boils,.
h'iim anid sores multiply
anid appetite fail. This ---
~ads ilectric B3itters to, NOTICE OF FINAL SE]
poisons from the blood.
be best blood p)urifier," The undersigned will
Butdahn, of Tracy, Calif., settlement of the state
'ound." They make rich. Janae Reeder, decased. in
o~g nerves :td bud( no
Tr~'rh'~- -Court for Ncewberry C
"Aristo" Ladies Strap E
dals, Slippers, Patent
Leathers, $1.50 value.........
"The Captivation," our LE
er, five fancy straps, a 1
dandy Oxford...... 1
"Gladsome Tie," the old st
by, same price, Ladies'
Slippers .......... $1
"Pearl of Dixe" Ladies' S
pers, comes in all Leathers, str
and ties, $2.50 would be che
Our Easter Sale price
is .... .... .......$1
"Princess Bonnie" Slip ers,
ueen of the line. all eath
.e'll put it side any $3.00 sl
m Newberry. Try us
. at only . 2.
Not a red cent
here. "Druid L. I
Sea Island, yard wi
count 56x64, 8c va]
ue. Same ord price
Presto 98 cent
Use Nothing But
IIS Grad'e Reliabi
eek at a
Tone h.s~ orni
ery And Have Y%ar Wr
t at the !yThs ,
en the Telephone--ffice, No.
e cause.Re "
rht way. 1113 Friend St.
1911, at 1 .o'clock in the fori
and will immediately thereafte
piy for his discharge as exe
~TLEMIENT. thereof. All persons having c
against said estate will file the
make- final forthwith with my attorney, Ei
of Mrs. E S. B.lease. Newberry, S. C.
the Proban Jame.s C. Reeder
:nt.v. Souith - Qualified Execut
April 1.th,. Newberry. S. C.. March 13. 191
mnd 98 Cents to $5.00"
t5 98 Cents to $5.00
s 1Oto 48 Cts3~
often puts opportunity within
A chance for a good invest
ment comes sooner or later and
if you have the money the prt
fit is yours; if not, the other fel- -
low gets it.
Open an account with this
bank and save systematically,
'Iyou will then have the READY
IMONEY when opportunity comes
We offer you ABSOLUTJI
SAFETY for your savings, and
will allow interest credited quar
LS BANK OF POMAIA,
345 Z.T. P~NR Y.LSIT
71 President Cashier.
--- R. H. HIP, Vice-President
cutor A King Who Left Hiome
samese the world to talking, but Paul '
se M?.hl!lka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says he
igenej ys~ KEEPS AT HOME the King
of all~ Laxatives-Dr. King's Newv Life
Pi!!s-and they're a blessinig to al
or. hisfamAily.Cure constipation, head
che.t in.gEton dyPeU gg&i.gjy